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Page 12 text:
enior Class Officers
Bill Osborne Andy Vert Dorothy Hayes Hugh Vohwinlrle Glen Williams
The senior class of 1946 elected the following officers for the school year: Bill
Osborne, president, Andy Vert, vice president, Dorothy Hayes, secretaryg Hugh Voh-
winkle, treasurer and Glen Williams, student council representative.
W The class was divided into ten groups which worked separately to earn money for
their class trip. Some of the projects undertaken were: Selling hot dogs at home games,
selling school supplies, selling everyday cards, selling personalized stationery, serving
suppers, selling candy and popcorn and putting on programs.
The annual Senior Prom was April the fifth. The theme was "I'm Always Chas-
ing Rainbowsf' with jack Keith and his Modernaires furnishing the music.
The seniors will leave June 8, 1946, on the senior trip. This year two bus loads
will go through the eastern section of the United States, stopping in Virginia, Wash-
ington, and at Niagara Falls. The trip will take about two weeks.
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Page 11 text:
Vczleclictorifzn and Sczlutcztoriczn
This year's valetlictorian is Phyllis Hanson,with Patricia Cogswell following close behinrl
Phyllis spent her freshman and sophomore
years at the Genesee School where she was
secretary of her class in her freshman year and
vice-president in her sophomore year. During
these two years she was active in the Glee
Club and Girl Scouts.
During her junior and senior years at Kears-
ley High School, she participated in the Girl
Reserves. A lot of credit for the success of
the Eclipse goes to Phyllis who is the busi-
ness manager. She was assistant make-up di-
rector for the play, "Super Susy."
Next year she hopes to go to college and
take a five-year course in nursing.
Class of 1946
Patricia Cogswell, also, spent her first two
years of high school at the Genesee School
and came to Kearsley for the last two years.
She was treasurer of her class both years
while at Genesee.
Since coming to Kearsley, Pat has been a
Girl Reserve. She was Lucy in the play,
"Super Susy," and Louise in "Where's Grand-
Pat plans on attending college next year to
take a course in journalism.
Other honor students are: Helen Griffin,
Eunice Corey, Betty Giertz, Viola Reid, Dor-
othy Hayes, Ward Powers, Donna Ketchabaw
and Meri Jean Hill.
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